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Germany votes to end cruel fur farming

German lawmakers voted to end cruel fur farming. The new legislation will force the closure of remaining fur farms in the country where captive animals are beaten, electrocuted, and skinned alive for their fur.

Father of Manchester bomb suspect 'was in militant group'

Tripoli - The father of suspected Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi was once part of a Libyan militant group with alleged ties to Al-Qaeda, a Libyan security source said Thursday.

Suspected Manchester bomber had 'desire for revenge'

Tripoli - Suspected Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi had expressed a desire to avenge the killing of a friend in the British city last year, a source close to his family said Thursday.

Silicon Valley's war with Trump uses tech as a political weapon

In the past, Trump heaped praise on U.S. tech workers, calling them the “greatest computer minds anywhere in the world." He even attempted to include the Tech community in his plans to "make America Great Again." But things have changed, big time.

Microsoft still has millions of PCs to upgrade to Creators Update

Microsoft has detailed the progress of the rollout of the Windows 10 Creators Update, released to consumers last month. The company said that around 20 percent of all devices have now got the update. It explained why yours may still be left waiting.

Macron unshaken by Trump power grip

Brussels - Diplomacy can be a white-knuckle ride at times, but French President Emmanuel Macron refused to be shaken when he found himself in an unexpected standoff with US counterpart Donald Trump Thursday.

Google introduces the new Android TV home screen

Google has detailed Android TV's new more intuitive home screen that's designed to let you jump straight into content. The revised interface also comes with Google Assistant support to let you control media playback using only your voice.

Afghan security forces suffer severe casualties as Taliban attack

The Afghan Taliban's Spring Offensive is taking its toll on Afghan security forces in many different areas as the Pentagon is considering a plan that would see up to 5,000 US troops sent to Afghanistan to help the Afghan forces.

Op-Ed: 84 percent of globe believes climate change is catastrophic risk

A newly released global catastrophic risk survey released on Wednesday found that the majority of people in eight countries see climate change as a bigger threat than weapons of mass destruction, artificial intelligence, and other issues.

First use of freeze-dried, microgravity sperm

Tokyo - Frozen 'space sperm' has passed a fertility test. Japanese scientists have produced healthy mice pups, born using freeze-dried sperm that was stored in the microgravity environment of space.

Brian Falduto talks 'Love One Another' EP release party Special

Singer-songwriter Brian Falduto chatted with Digital Journal about his EP release party, for "Love One Another," which will take place on June 12 at Hill Country BBQ in New York City.

Microbiologists assess ways to lower medicine contamination risks Special

Dublin - Microbiologists from a range of pharmaceutical and healthcare companies convened in Dublin to attend a conference discussing how to effectively monitor the built environment for risks in relation to drug product manufacturing.

New Zealand makes history with launch of Electron rocket

California-based Rocket Lab successfully shot a rocket into space from their private launch facility in New Zealand on Thursday at 4:20 p.m. local time, reaching space three minutes later.

Microsoft rebrands its Beam game streaming service as 'Mixer'

Microsoft has unexpectedly renamed Beam, the game streaming service it acquired last year. Now known as "Mixer," the company has unveiled a slew of new features that fans have been vocally requesting. The name change has proved divisive though.

Hungary defies EU on law threatening Soros-founded university

Budapest - Hungary will not change a controversial higher education law a government official said Thursday, despite an EU threat of legal action over fears it targets a prestigious university founded by US billionaire George Soros.

Op-Ed: Eastern Libyan Commander Haftar's forces bomb several sites

In response to the Third Force associated with the Libyan Government of National Accord's(GNA) attack on the Brak Al-Shali air base, forces of Marshal Khalifa Haftar have been bombing a number of sites in the south.

Amir Khan gears up for looming rematch against Lamont Peterson

It looks like Amir Khan won't be facing Manny Pacquiao anytime this year following Terence Crawford's knockout win over Felix Diaz last weekend and with promoter Bob Arum now all fired up to make the Pacquiao-Crawford fight happen before end of the year.

Slovak authorities move to ban far-right party

Bratislava - Prosecutors in Slovakia have asked the EU country's Supreme Court to ban a far-right party that has become the third most popular political group, saying it is working to subvert democracy.

Two big augmented reality projects are coming to air travel

Augmented reality is already impacting the way information shapes our world. Weary travelers will be glad to hear that they could soon benefit from the transformational powers of AR.

Russia's disinformation efforts hit 39 countries: researchers

Washington - Russia's campaign of cyberespionage and disinformation has targeted hundreds of individuals and organizations from at least 39 countries along with the United Nations and NATO, researchers said Thursday.
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